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Coronavirus / US, China #1145138

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 01, 2020
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(Studio: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.

(Riverside, California: Clayton Sandell) The health emergency in the US & the world due to the coronavirus with quarantines for Americans returning from China featured; details given about the US case in Boston & the impact on the international economy; US case statistics cited. [OFFICIAL - comments on the Boston patient.] [HHS Secretary Alex AZAR@- predicts more cases.] [At the airport, masked PASSENGER, in quarantine, Patrick STOCKSTILL@- comments.] What life is like under quarantine discussed.

(Studio: Tom Llamas) Deserted streets in Wuhan, China, shown. Report introduced.

(Hong Kong: Ian Pannell) The expansion of the coronavirus from China reviewed; details given about travel restrictions in other countries, a medical workers strike in Hong Kong; scenes shown from empty Wuhan. The health workers' strike in Hong Kong discussed.

Llamas, Tom;
Sandell, Clayton;
Pannell, Ian

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